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Full text of "Annual report of the Town of Ossipee, New Hampshire"

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J52.07 
D84 
1977 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 





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TAX RATES 




$5.95 per $100.00 


Municipal 


1.27 Ossipee Village 


County 


.40 Center Ossipee 


School 


4.28 West Ossipee 



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.87 



.31 



For the fiscal year ending 
December 31, 1977 



Vital Statistics for 1977 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Town Officers 3-4 

Warrant 5-9 

Budget 10-12 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 13-14 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 15-19 

Financial Report 20-26 

Schedule of Town Property 27 

Summary of Appropriations & Expenditures 28-29 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 30-31 

Balance Sheet 32-33 

Tax Collector's Report 34-36 

Town Clerk's Report 37 
Treasurer's Report - Summary of Receipts 

and Expenditures 38-42 

Selectmen's Report 43-56 

Report of Town Audit 56-57 

Court Report 58-59 

Library Report 60 

Trustee of Trust Funds 61-64 

Police Department Report 65-67 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 68-70 

Ossipee Planning Board 70 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 71-72 

Ossipee Nursing Service 73-74 

Fire Warden's Report 75 

Vital Statistics 76-80 
Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 81-82 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 83-84 
Ossipee Precinct "A" 

Financial Report 85 

Budget - Ossipee Precinct ''A" 86-87 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct Financial Report 88-90 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 91-92 
Ossipee Corner Light and Power Precinct ^ 

Financial Report 93-94 
Budget - Ossipee Corner Light and 

Power Fire Precinct 95-96 



TOWN OFFICERS 1977 

Selectmen 
BRUCE RINES DOUGLAS MEADER 

ROGER H. BUSCH 

Moderator 

JOHN SANDERS 

Treasurer 
LAURENCE BROWNELL 

Town Clerk 
CAROLYN CONNER 

Tax Collector 
CARL R.WHEELER 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 

JOHN E. FOGARTY, Chief 

RALPH FLORIA 

Community Nurse 
CLYDE V. MERRILL, R.N. 

Recreation Dept. 

JAMES THOMPSON, Director 

WALLACE NUDD, JR. 

Librarian 
BEATRICE SMART 

Library Trustees 
EDWARD SMART ROLLAND LORD 

RUTHECKHOFF 

Cemetery Trustees 

WALTER WHITE BERYL KRAMER 

GERARD POWERS, SR. 



Board of Health 
DR. ANNE COLLINS BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Ossipee District Court Justice 
LAWRENCE WALSH, ESQ. 

Clerk 
JUNE LOUD 

Town Counsel 
FREDERIC COX, ESQ. 

Supervisors of the Check List 
KENWOOD WHITE MILDRED WHITE 

EDWARD C. SMART 

Representatives to the General Court 
RODERICK ALLEN GEORGE D. KELLER 



Auditors 



HARVEY EMERSON 



GRANT KRAMER 



Budget Committee 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Chair. 
CHRISTINE POWERS JOHN THOMPSON 

GRACE STOCKBRIDGE JIM HARBISON 

BRUCE FROST * FRED COX 

JOHN ECKHOFF DAVID ORINO 

VIRGIL ABBOTT BRUCE RINES 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of 
said day to act on the following articles, the polls to remain 
open until six o'clock in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a selectman for three years, 
library trustee for three years, cemetery trustee for three 
years, a supervisor of checklist for six years, moderator 
for two years, town clerk, treasurer and two auditors for 
one year and all other officers and agents required by law 
to be elected or nominated at the annual meeting. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to alter the 
hours during which the polls shall remain open. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the 
zoning ordinance proposed by the planning board pursuant 
to RSA 31:63-a by ballot vote, the official ballot to contain 
the question: "Are you in favor of the adoption of the 
zoning ordinance as proposed by the planning board?" 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles: 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to sell any property taken by tax title or 
otherwise. 



Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State Aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the ensuing year the following sums of 
money for the following purposes: 

For Town Officers' Salaries $ 12,000.00 

For Town Officers' Expenses 20,000.00 

For Election and Registration Expenses 2,500.00 

For Municipal & District Court Expenses 17,015.00 

Town Hall & Other Town Buildings 16,000.00 
For Employees' Retirement & Social Security 12,500.00 

For Police Department 38,729.20 

For Fire Department (Forest Fires) 1,000.00 

For Insurance 19,000.00 

For Planning & Zoning 4,305.00 

For Damages & Legal Expenses 2,000.00 

For Civil Defense 500.00 
For Health Dept. incl. Hospitals & Ambulance 22,024.51 

For Town Dump & Garbage Removal 2,000.00 
For Town Maintenance, Summer & Winter, 

incl. bridges & culverts 149,519.09 

For Street Lighting 1 ,500.00 

For General Expenses of Highway Dept. 30,000.00 

For Town Road Aid 1,487.99 

For Libraries 5,300.00 

For Town Poor 5,000.00 

For Old Age Assistance 7,000.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 250.00 

For Recreation (Parks & Playgrounds) 22,456.25 

For Cemeteries 3,600.00 

For Advertising & Regional Associations 276.76 

For Principal on Long Term Loans 10,663.57 

For Interest on Long Term Loans 5,323.05 

For Interest on Temporary Loans 12,000.00 

(approved by Budget Committee) 



Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
and expend the sum of $22,000 for the purchase of one high- 
way truck equipped with snowplow and wing for town road 
maintenance and to authorize the withdrawal of this 
amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under 
the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972. (Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
and expend the sum of $8,241.75 for the purpose of making 
the fourth and final payment for the Town Tax Map and to 
authorize the withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue 
Sharing Fund established under the provisions of the State 
and Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Approved by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate 
and expend the sum of $4,800.00 for the purchase of a new 
police cruiser and to authorize the withdrawal of this 
amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under 
the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972. (Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate a sum of $35,000.00 for the purpose of 
preparing plans and specifications on sewerage and 
sewage treatment facilities which are requirements 
contained in the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as 
amended (33 USC 1251 et seg.) and will qualify the Town 
for Federal funds, such sum to be raised by the issuance of 
Serial Bonds or Notes not to exceed $35,000.00 under and in 
compliance with the provisions of the Municipal Finance 
Act. (NH RSA 33.1 et seg., as amended) and to authorize 
the Selectmen to issue and negotiate such bonds or notes 
and to determine the rate of interest thereon, and to take 
such other actions as may be necessary to effect the 
issuance, negotiation, sale and delivery of such bonds or 
notes as shall be in the best interest of the Town of Ossipee 
and to allow the Selectmen to acquire and expend such 
monies as become available from the Federal Govern- 
ment under the Financial Assistance Program of the 



Construction Grants section of the Federal Water 
Pollution Control Act, as amended (33 USC 1251 et seg.) 
and pass any vote relating thereto. (Approved by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $334,900.00 for the purpose of 
establishing a new solid waste disposal facility for the 
town and to authorize the Selectmen to raise such sum by 
the issuance of Long Term Notes or Bonds. (Approved by 
Budget Committee) 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 for the Ossipee Con- 
servation Commission to promote the better utilization of 
the town's natural resources. Such funds to be placed in 
the Ossipee Conservation Commission Fund and allowed 
to accummulate from year to year or may be expended for 
relevant purposes. (Not approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to accept the 
road within the subdivision known as Brookwood 
Development for maintenance and to become a part of the 
Class V road system in the Town of Ossipee. 

Article 15. Resolution. WHEREAS, there continues 
to exist within the state a serious shortage of safe and 
sanitary dwelling accommodations at rents which elderly 
and low income persons can afford, and that such persons 
are forced to occupy substandard dwelling ac- 
commodations; and 

WHEREAS, the General Court of the State of New 
Hampshire has enacted Chapter 204-A of the New Hamp- 
shire Revised Statutes Annotated establishing the New 
Hampshire Housing Commission; and 

WHEREAS, Section 9 of that Act provides that in a 
municipality where there is no local housing authority 
operation, the Commission shall not operate without the 
consent of the governing body of a municipality; and 



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WHEREAS, said Section 9 provides that consent of the 
governing body must be given for each project; and 

WHEREAS, under the provisions of Section 8 of the 
U.S. Housing Act of 1937, as amended, the United States of 
America acting through the Secretary of Housing and 
Urban Development, is authorized to enter into annual 
contributions contracts with public housing agencies 
pursuant to which such agencies may enter into contracts 
to make assistance payments to owners; 

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town 
Meeting of the Town of Ossipee, County of Carroll, State of 
New Hampshire, that the New Hampshire Housing 
Commission be and is authorized to operate in said Town 
of Ossipee, County of Carroll, State of New Hampshire; 
That said New Hampshire Housing Commission is 
authorized to sponsor a project, under Section 8 of the U.S. 
Housing Act of 1937, as amended, for any of the following 
dwelling accommodations or a combination thereof: (a) 
existing standard housing; (b) rehabilitated housing; (c) 
newly constructed housing; the total amount of the 
foregoing not to exceed 25 dwelling units. 

Article 16. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seals this 24th day of February, 
1978. 

BRUCE E. RINES 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
Selectmen of Ossipee 

A true copy attest: 

BRUCE E. RINES 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
ROGER H. BUSCH 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year 
January 1, 1978 to December 31, 1978 

Date: Feb. 20, 1978 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 



DONNA E. SARGENT 
VIRGIL ABBOTT 
LAFAYETTE J. HARBISON 
BRUCE FROST 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 



BRUCE RINES 
FREDERIC COX 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 



PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION 

General Government: 

Town Officers Salaries 
Town Officers' Expenses 
Election & Registration Expenses 
Municipal & District Court 

Expenses 
Town Hall & Other Town Buildings 
Employees Retirement & 

Social Security 
Protection of Persons & Property; 
Police Department 
Fire Department 
Insurance 
Planning & Zoning 
Damages & Legal Expense 
Civil Defense 
Health Dept. Incl. 

Hospitals & Ambulance 
Sewer Maintenance 
Town Dump & Garbage Removal 
Highways & Bridges: 
Town Maintenance - 

Summer & Winter 
Street Lighting 
General Expenses of Highway 

Department 
Town Road Aid 
Libraries: 
Public Welfare: 
Town Poor 
Old Age Assistance 





Budget Committee 


ppropriations 1 


Recommended 


Submitted 


Previous 


1978 


without 


Fiscal Year 


[1978-79] Recommendation 


$11,000.00 


$10,314.26 


$12,000.00 


18,000.00 


19,127.80 


20,000.00 


1,500.00 


881.40 


2,500.00 


13,325.00 


14,396.23 


17,015.00 


14,000.00 


13,173.93 


16,000.00 


10,000.00 


9,824.33 


12,500.00 


37,700.00 


39,884.17 


38,729.20 


500.00 


2,445.80 


1,000.00 


14,000.00 


12,973.15 


19,000.00 


3,000.00 


3,584.96 


4,305.00 


1,500.00 


1,509.00 


2,000.00 


500.00 


-0- 


500.00 


12,424.51 


8,812.57 


22,024.51 


38,000.00 


21,000.00 


-0- 


10,000.00 


5,361.26 


2,000.00 



110,000.00 108,348.53 149,519.09 
1,000.00 1,029.10 1,500.00 



25,000.00 
1,486.84 
5,278.00 

6,000.00 
6,500.00 



27,110.88 
1,486.84 
5,278.00 

4,224.89 
7,218.73 



30,000.00 
1,487.99 
5,300.00 

5,000.00 
7,000.00 



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Patriotic Purposes 

( Memorial Day, Etc. ) 
Recreation 
Public Service Enterprises: 

Cemeteries 

Advertising & Regional Associations 

Debt Service: 

Principal & Long Term Notes 

& Bonds 
Interest - Long Term Notes 

& Bonds 
Interest on Temporary Loans 
Capital Outlay 
Art . 7 - Backhoe L T . Note 
Art . 8 York Rake - Rev . Sharing 
Art.12ARFARec.Land 
Art . 13 Tax Map - Rev . Sharing 
Art. 14 - Sewer Project 

L.T.Note 
Art. 15 - Conservation 

Comm. 
Art. 17 - Ambulance Service 
Art . 18 - Power Sander 
Art. 19 - Vets Plaque 

(C.R.Fund) 
Art. 8 - Town Truck 

w / wing & plow Rev . Shar . 
Art. 9 - Tax Map 

Rev . Sharing 
Art. 10 - Police Cruiser 

Rev . Sharing 
Art. 11 - Sewer 

L.T.Note 
Art. 12 - Solid Waste Facility 

Bond Issue 
Art. 13 - Conservation Comm. 



250.00 159.48 250.00 

20,170.00 21,354.78 22,456.25 



1,000.00 
276.76 



24,000.00 

250.00 
9,000.00 
4,070.00 

1,209.39 



657.20 
276.76 



-0- 

295.36 
9,000.00 
4,070.00 

-0- 



3,600.00 
276.76 



6,735.00 6,735.00 10,663.57 



2,208.00 


2,846.00 


5,323.05 


4,000.00 


-0- 


12,000.00 


27,500.00 


27,500.00 




2.000.00 


1,925.00 




587.00 


587.00 




6,241.75 


8,241.75 





22,000.00 
8,241.75 
4,800.00 

35,000.00 

334,900.00 
1,000.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 



$425,212.25 $401,634.16 $829,892.17 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 
From State: 


Estimated 
Revenue 
Previous 

Fiscal Year 


Actual 

Revenue 

Previous 

Fiscal Year 


Estimated 
Revenue 

Fiscal Year 

1978 

[1978-79] 


Interest & Dividends Tax 
Savings Bank Tax 
Meals & Rooms Tax 
State Aid - Water Pollution 


$20,000.00 

4,000.00 
12,000.00 


$27,179.50 

5,655.84 

12,620.22 


$25,000.00 

5,000.00 

12,000.00 


Projects 
Highway Subsidy ( CI . IV & V) 


35,000.00 
20,939.75 


21,000.00 
20,939.75 


49,000.00 
32,919.09 



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Reim. A/ C Business Profits 

Tax (Town Portion) 
Reim. State & Fed. 

Forest Land 
Reim . Forest Fires 
From Local Sources: 
Dog Licenses 
Business Licenses, Permits & 

Filing Fees 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 
Interest on Taxes & Deposits 
Income from Trust Funds 
Withdrawal Capital Reserve Funds 
Fines & Forfeits 

Municipal & District Court 
National Bank Stock Taxes 
Resident Taxes Retained 
Normal Yield Taxes Assessed 
Rent of Town Property 
Income from Departments 
Bond & Note Issues (Contra) 
From Federal Sources: 
Tri-County-CETA 
Revenue Sharing 
Anti Recess. Assis. 
Amount to be Raised by Property 
Taxes 

(Exclusive of County and 

School Taxes) 

TOTAL REVENUES 



9,000.00 9,620.35 10,000.00 



200.00 


352.25 


200.00 


-0- 


1,615.68 


-0- 


400.00 


350.00 


400.00 


600.00 


754.00 


600.00 


40,000.00 


45,766.89 


45,000.00 


2,000.00 


8,099.75 


5,000.00 


60.00 


-0- 


-0- 


1,209.39 


1,266.01 


-0- 


15,000.00 


21,876.85 


20,000.00 


200.00 


275.58 


200.00 


10,000.00 


9,470.00 


14,000.00 


7,500.00 


3,998.05 


8,000.00 


500.00 


40.00 


100.00 


5,000.00 


9,391.94 


10,000.00 


51,500.00 


51,500.00 


369,900.00 


787.00 


787.00 


1,369.00 


28,000.00 


29,376.00 


22,167.00 


-0- 


3,057.00 


500.00 



198,537.08 



$284,992.66 $631,355.09 



Total estimated "Revenues from all sources except Property Taxes" 
deducted from Total "Appropriations recommended by Budget Com- 
mittee" gives estimated "Amount to be raised by Property Taxes," 
exclusive of County and School Taxes. 



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Number of Inventories Distributed in 1977 2132 

Date 1977 Inventories were mailed 3/15/77 

Number of Inventories Returned in 1977 1107 

Number of Individuals applying for an Elderly Exemption 1977 56 

Number of Individuals granted an Elderly Exemption 1977 56 



No. of No. of 
Owners Acres 

Number of Property Owners who applied for Current 

Used in 1977 and the aggregate total number of 

acres for which application was made 1 10 

Number of Property Owners who were granted 

Current Use Exemption in 1977 and total number 

of acres exempted 1 10 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. 

ROGER H. BUSCH 
BRUCE RINES 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER 
Selectmen of Ossipee, N.H. 

Date: Oct. 1, 1977 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1977 

Purposes of Appropriations 



General Government: 

Town Officers' Salaries $11 

Town Officers' Expenses 18 

Election & Registration expenses 1 

Municipal & District court expenses 13 
Town Hall & Other Building 
Expenses 
Protection of Persons and Property: 
Police department 
Fire Depart, inc. forest fires 
Planning & Zoning 
Insurance 
Civil Defense 
Conservation Commission 



Health: 

Health Dept. 

Hospital 

Ambulance 



$10,924.51 
$1,500.00 
$9,000.00 



,000.00 
,000.00 
,500.00 
,325.00 



14,000.00 



37 

3 
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,700.00 

500.00 

,000.00 

,000.00 

500.00 

250.00 



21,424.51 
Town Dump & Garbage Removal 10,000.00 



Highways & Bridges: 

Town road aid 

Town Maintenance 

Street Lighting 

General expenses of 
highway department 
Libraries: 

Library 
Public Welfare: 

Town poor 

Old age assistance 
Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day-Old home day 



1,486.84 

110,000.00 

1,000.00 

25,000.00 

5,278.00 

6,000.00 
6,500.00 

250.00 



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Recreation: 




Parks & Playgrounds - 


20,170.00 


Public Services Enterprises: 




Municipal Sewer Dept. 


38,000.00 


Cemeteries 


1,000.00 


Unclassified: 




Damages & Legal expenses 


1,500.00 


Advertising & Regional Associations 


276.76 


Employees' retirement & Social 




Security 


10,000.00 


Debt Service: 




Principal-long term notes & bonds 


6,735.00 


Interest-long term notes & bonds 


2,208.00 


Interest on temporary loans 


4,000.00 


Capital Outlay: 




Art. No. 8 - Backhoe-Long Term Note 


27,500.00 


Art. No. 9 - York Rake 




Revenue Sharing 


2,000.00 


Art. No. 13 - Tax Map 




Revenue Sharing 


8,241.75 


Art. No. 14 - Sewage Plans 




Long Term Note 


24,000.00 


Art. No. 18 - Highway Sander 




Taxation 


4,070.00 


Art. No. 19 - Veterans Plaque 




Capital Reserve Fund 


1,209.39 


Art. No. 12 - Land Purchase 




Anti-recession Fund 


587.00 



Total Appropriations $452,212.25 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 

From Local Taxes: 

Resident Taxes $13,840.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 275.58 

Yield Taxes 8,170.46 

Interest on Delinquent Taxes 3,500.00 

Resident Tax Penalties 430.00 



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From ^tate: 

Meals and Rooms tax 12,620.00 

Interest and Dividends Tax 27,179.50 

Savings Bank Tax 5,655.84 

Highway Subsidy 20,939.75 

State Aid Water Pollution Projects 35,000.00 
Reimb. a/c State- 
Federal Forest Land 100.27 
From Local Sources, Except Taxes 
Dog Licenses 400.00 
Business Licenses, Permits 

& Filing Fees 600.00 

Fines & Forfeits, Municipal 

& District Court 20,000.00 

Rent of Town Property 100.00 

Interest Received on Deposits 2,000.00 

Income from Trust Funds 1 ,800.00 

Income From Departments 7,400.00 

Motor Vehicle Permits Fees 45,000.00 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 
Proceeds of Bonds & 

Long Term Notes 51 ,500.00 

Withdrawals from Capital 



Reserve Funds 


1,209.39 


Revenue Sharing Funds 


10,241.00 


Anti-Recessional Fiscal 




Assistance 


587.00 


TOTAL REVENUES & CREDITS 


$268,548.79 


Total Town Appropriations 


$452,212.25 


Total Revenues & Credits 


268,548.79 


Net Town Appropriations 


183,663.46 


Net School Appropriations 


683,178.58 


County Tax Assessments 


62,927.18 


Total of Town, School 




and County 


929,769.22 


DEDUCT Total Business Profits 




Tax Reimbursement 


-38,480.00 



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ADD War Service Credits +12,200.00 

ADD Overlay +8,938.04 



Property Taxes To Be Raised $912,427.26 

Property Taxes to be Raised $912,427.26 

Gross Precinct Taxes 59,944.84 



Total $972,372.10 

Less War Service Credits 12,200.00 



Total Tax Committment $960,172.10 







Prior Years 


1977 






Tax Rate 


Approved 






1976 


Tax Rate 


TAX RATES 








Town 




1.17 


1.27 


School Dist. 




3.83 


4.28 


County 




.42 


.40 


Combined Rate 




5.42 


5.95 


Precinct Ossipee 


Corner 


.36 


.43 


Precinct West Ossipee 


.31 


.31 


Precinct Center 


Ossipee 


.79 


.87 



Summary of valuations and taxes to be assessed for the 
tax year 1977 by precincts, Village Districts and School 
District where valuation is not identical with that of the 
town or city. 

Name of Precinct Valuation Net Appro. Taxes Rate 

Ossipee Corner 

Light & Power $3,865,668.00 $16,364.00 $16,622.37 $.43 

Ctr. Ossipee 3,808,485.00 32,963.45 33,133.82 .87 

W. Ossipee 3,286,661.00 10,130.00 10,188.65 .31 

Total Taxes Raised $59,457 .45 $59,944 .84 



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WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 



Totally and permanently disabled 
veterans, their spouses or 
widows, and the widows of veterans 
who died or were killed on active 
duty. 1 Limits 

$700.00 
All other qualified persons. $50.00 

Total Number & Amount 



Tax 



Number 


Estimated 
Tax Credits 


3 


$21,000.00 


202 


10,100.00 




$12,200.00 


Number 
Assessed 


Total 
Amount 
Assessed 



Resident Taxes 



$10.00 1384 $13,840.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 

We hereby request that the Dept. of Revenue compute 
the rate for municipal, school. Precinct and county taxes 
separately. 



Oct. 1, 1977 



BRUCE RINES 
DOUGLAS MEADER 
ROGER BUSCH 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

ASSETS 

Cash: 

In hands of treasurer $117,676.01 

In hands of officials 165,823.30 



Total $283,499.31 

Bonds or Long Term Notes - Authorized 
Unissued $ 10,000.00 

Capital Reserve Funds: 

(For the acquisition of equipment 

and new construction) 
Bridge Note $15,914.88 



Total $15,914.88 

Accounts Due to the Town 

Joint Highway Construc'n Accounts, 
Unexpended Bal. in State Treasury $896.68 

$896.68 



Total 




Unredeemed Taxes: 




(from tax sale on account of) 




Levy of 1976 


$27,485.98 


Levy of 1975 


18,461.34 


Levy of 1974 


9,738.12 


Previous Years 


6,553.68 


Total 




Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1977, Including 




Resident Taxes 


$481,275.02 


Levy of 1976 


16,079.93 


Levy of 1975 


4,341.52 


Previous Years 


2,144.28 



$62,239.12 



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Total $503,840.75 

Total Assets $876,390.74 



Grand Total $876,390.74 

Current Surplus, Dec. 31, 1976 $40,321.80 

Current Surplus, Dec. 31,1977 38,476.72 



Decrease of Surplus - Change 
in Financial Condition $1 ,845.08 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Bills outstanding $7,252.66 

Unexpended Balances of Special 
Appropriations 15,914.88 

Unexpended Balances of Bond & 
Note Funds 10,000.00 

Sewer Fund 38,000.00 

Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds 22,797.05 

School District Taxes Payable 296,670.79 

Social Security and With- 
holding 4,011.71 

Tax Anticipation Notes Out- 
standing: 250,000.00 

Other Liabilities 
Checks Outstanding 182,521.56 

Taxes Received 
not credited to payers 9,848.69 



Total Accounts Owed by the Town $837,017.34 

State & Town Joint Highway 
Construction Accounts: 

Unexpended balance in State 
Treasury 896.68 

$896.68 
Total Liabilities $837,914.02 

Current Surplus $38,476.72 



Grand Total $876,390.74 

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RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 
From Local Taxes: 

(Collected and remitted to 

Treasurer) 

Property Taxes - Current Year - 

1977 $505,817.71 

Resident Taxes - Current Year-1977 9,470.00 
National Bank Stock Taxes 
Current Year - 1977 275.58 

Yield Taxes - Current Year-1977 3,998.05 



Total Current Year's Taxes Collected 

and Remitted $519,561.34 
Property Taxes and Yield 

Taxes-Previous Years 132,887.00 

Resident Taxes-Previous Years 710.00 
Interest received on 

Delinquent Taxes 6,265.26 

Penalties: Resident Taxes 93.00 

Tax sales redeemed 63,536.52 

From State: 

For Town Road Aid 1,884.65 

Highway Subsidy 20,939.75 

Interest and dividends tax 27,179.50 

Savings Bank Tax 5,655.84 
Reimbursement a-c State and 

Federal forest lands 352.25 

Fighting forest fires 1,615.68 
Reimbursement a-c Motor 

Vehicle Gas Tax 2,187.85 

Meals and Rooms Tax 12,620.22 
Reimbursements a-c Business 

Profits Tax 38,481.40 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

Dog Licenses 350.00 

Business licenses, permits 
& filing fees 754.00 



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Fines & forfeits, municipal 






& District Court 




21,876.85 


Rent of town property 




40.00 


Interest received on deposits 




1,834.49 


Income from departments 




6,360.54 


Motor vehicle permits 




45,766.89 


Receipts Other than Current Revenue: 




Proceeds of Tax Anticipation 






Notes 


$250,000.00 




Proceeds of Long Term Notes 


51,500.00 




Refunds 


863.43 




Withdrawals from Capital 






Reserve Funds 


1,266.01 




Sale of town property 


920.50 




Grants from U.S.A. 






Revenue Sharing 


29,376.00 




Water Pollution Aid a-c 






Sewer Construction 


24,000.00 




Grants CETA 


787.00 




All Other Grants from U.S.A. 






Anti-Reces. Fiscal Assist. 


3,057.00 




Total Receipts Other than 






Current Revenue 


$: 


361,769.94 



Total Receipts from All Sources $1,272,722.97 

Cash on hand January 1, 1977 76,854.79 



Grand Total $1 ,349,577.76 



PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $10,314.26 

Town officers' expenses 19,127.80 

Election and registration expenses 881.40 

Municipal and District Court 
expenses 14,396.23 

Expenses Town Hall and 

other Town Buildings 13,173.93 



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Protection of Persons and Property: 

Police department 39,884.18 
Fire department, including 

forest fires 2,445.80 

Planning and Zoning 3,584.96 

Insurance 17,489.84 

Conservation Commission 246.48 
Health: 
Health department, including 

hospitals & ambulance 17,812.57 

Town dumps and garbage removal 5,361 .26 
Highways and Bridges: 

Town Road Aid 1 ,486.84 
Town Maintenance (Summer-$49,969.92) 

(Winter-$58,397.21) 108,367.13 

Street Lighting 1,029.10 
General Expenses of 

Highway Department 27,114.68 

Libraries: 

Libraries 5,278.00 

Public Welfare: 

Old age assistance 7,218.73 

Town poor 4,224.89 

Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day, Veteran's Assoc. 
& Old Home Day 159.48 

Recreation: 

Parks & playgrounds, including 
band concerts 21 ,354.78 

Public Service Enterprises: 

Cemeteries, including hearse hire 657.20 

Unclassified: 

Damages & legal expenses 1,509.00 
Advertising and Regional Associations 276.76 

Taxes bought by Town 52,509.58 

Discounts Abatements and refunds 2,434.37 
Employees' Retirement and 

Social Security 10,136.93 



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All Other Current Maintenance 
Expenses Prior Years Bills 853.95 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $389,330.13 

Debt Service: 

Paid on long term notes $2,846.00 



Total Interest Payments $2,846.00 

Principal of Debt: 

Payments on long term notes $6,735.00 



Total Principal Payments $6,735.00 

Capital Outlay: 

Highways and Bridges — 

State Aid construction $20,939.75 

Sewer construction, Including Sewage 

Treatment Plants 21 ,000.00 

Lands and buildings (Other-$587.00) 587.00 
New equipment (Highway $27,500.00) $1,925.00 

(Other $4,070.00) 33,495.00 

Tax Maps 8,241.75 



Total Outlay Payments $84,263.50 

Payments to Other Governmental 
Divisions: 

Payments to State a-c 2 percent 

Bond & Debt Retirement Taxes $1,780.48 
Taxes paid to County 62,927.18 

Payments to Precincts 60,359.15 

Payments to School Districts $640,358.57 



Total Payments to Other 
Governmental Divisions $765,425.38 



Total Payments for all Purposes $1 ,248,600.01 

Cash on hand December 31, 1977 100,977.75 



Grand Total $1,349,577.76 

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SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1977 
Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Purpose 





of 






Issue 


Amount 


Town Hall No. 1172 


Purchase 


$12,000.00 


Town Hall No. 992 


Repairs 


15,950.00 


Mill Pond Bridge 


Replace 


25,715.00 


Backhoe 


Purchase 


27,500.00 


Sewer Project 


Const. 


24,000.00 


)tal Long Term Outstanding — 


$105,165.00 



Total Long Term Indebtedness — 
December 31, 1977 $105,165.00 

RECONCILATION OF OUTSTANDING LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1976 $60,400.00 

New Debt Created During Fiscal Year: 

Long Term Notes Issued $51 ,500.00 

Total $51,500.00 



Total $111,900.00 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 

Long Term Notes Paid $6,735.00 



Total $6,735.00 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 

December 31, 1977 $105,165.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 

report was taken from official records and is complete to 

the best of our knowledge and belief. 

Feb. 24, 1978 

BRUCE RINES 

DOUGLAS MEADER 

ROGER H. BUSCH 

Selectmen 

LAURENCE BROWNELL 

Treasurer 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1977 

DESCRIPTION VALUE 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $60,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1,000.00 
Police Department, Lands and Buildings 

Equipment 12,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 100,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 
All Lands and Buildings acquired 

through Tax Collector's deeds 2,179.17 
TOTAL $256,179.17 



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Balance Sheet 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

Assets 

Cash: 

In Hands of Treasurer $100,977.75 

Unredeemed Taxes: 

Levy of 1976 $27,484.98 
Levy of 1975 18,461.34 

Levies of Prior Years 16,291.80 



$62,238.12 



Uncollected Taxes: 

Levy of 1977 $481,275.02 

Levies of Prior Years 22,565.73 



$503,840.75 
Total Assets $667,056.62 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed by Town: 

Unexpended Balances of Appropriations: 

Health Department $2,924.50 

Sewer Department 38,000.00 

Veterans Plaque 1 ,209.39 

Bridge Construction 25,914.88 

School District 296,670.79 



$364,719.50 

Excess Credits Tax Collector: 

Taxes Received not Credited 
to Payers $9,848.69 

Notes Payable: 

Temporary Loans $250,000.00 



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Social Security & Withholding Taxes $4,011.71 

Total Liabilities $628,579.90 

Surplus 38,476.72 

Grand Total 1 $667,056.62 



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TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

SUMMARY OF WARRANT— LEVY OF 1977 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

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Taxes Committed to Collector: 
Property Taxes 
Residence Taxes 
Yield Taxes 


$971,694.60 

13,840.00 

9,804.55 


Added Taxes: 
Property Taxes 
Residence Taxes 


$995,339.15 

$3,808.62 
580.00 




$4,388.62 




$999,727.77 



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Remittances to Treasurer: 
Property Taxes $505,817.71 

Residence Taxes 9,470.00 



$515,287.71 

Abatements: 
Property Taxes $3,165.04 

Uncollected Taxes - December 31, 1977: 
Property Taxes $466,520.47 

Residence Taxes 4,950.00 

Yield Taxes 9,804.55 

$481,275.02 

$999,727.77 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

Car Permits (2427) $48,643.25 

Dog Licenses (166) 375.00 



$49,018.25 



Paid Treasurer: 

Car Permits (2427) $48,643.25 

Dog Licenses (166) 375.00 



$49,018.25 



CAROLYN CONNER 

Town Clerk 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

Town of Ossipee 

CLASSIFIED SUMMARY OF 
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

RECEIPTS 

From Local Sources: 

Property Taxes Current Year $505,817.71 

Resident Taxes Current Year 9,470.00 
National Bank Stock Taxes 

Current Year 275.58 

Yield Taxes 75.00 





$515,638.29 


Property Taxes Prior Years 


$132,812.00 


Resident Taxes 


710.00 


Yield Taxes 


3,998.05 


Interest on Taxes 


6,265.26 


Interest on Investments 


1,834.48 


Resident Tax Penalties 


93.00 


Tax Sales Redeemed 


63,536.52 




$209,249.32 


From State of New Hampshire: 




Highway Subsidy 


$20,939.75 


Forest Fires 


1,615.68 


Gasoline Refunds 


2,187.85 


Business Profits Tax 


38,481.40 


National Bank 


5,655.84 


Interest and Dividend 


27,179.50 


Room & Meals 


12,620.22 


Forest Lands 


3,522.25 


Reimbursement T.R.A. 


1,884.65 


Police Crime Commission 


787.00 



$111,704.14 
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From Federal Government: 

Sewer Project $24,000.00 

Revenue Sharing 29,376.00 

Anti Recessional Fiscal Assistance 3,057.00 



1 

From Local Sources: 




Dog Licenses 


$ 350.00 


Business Licenses & Permits 


754.00 


Fines & Forfeits District Court 


21,876.85 


Rent of Town Property 


40.00 


Income from Departments 


6,360.54 


Motor Vehicle Permits 


45,766.89 



$56,433.00 



$75,148.28 



Receipts Other Than Current Revenues: 
Temporary Loans $250,000.00 

Refunds 863.43 

Withdrawals Capital Reserve Fund 1 ,266.01 
Sale of Town Property 920.50 

Long Term Notes Issued 51 ,500.00 



$304,549.94 
Total Receipts $1,272,722.97 

EXPENDITURES 

General Government: 

Town Officers' Salaries $10,314.26 

Town Officers' Expenses 19,127.80 
Election and Registration Expenses 881 .40 

District Court Expenses 14,396.23 
Town Hall and Other 

Building Expenses 13,173.93 
Employees Retirement and 

Social Security 10,136.93 

$68,030.55 



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Protection of Persons and Property: 



Police Department 


$39,884.18 


Fire Department 


2,445.80 


Insurance 


17,489.84 


Planning and Zoning 


3,584.96 


Damages and Legal Expenses 


1,509.00 




$64,913.78 


Health Department: 




Health Nurse & Hospital 


$ 8,812.59 


Ambulance Services 


9,000.00 


Town Dump 


5,361.26 




$23,173.83 


Highways and Bridges: 




Summer Maintenance 


$49,969.92 


Winter Maintenance 


58,397.21 


Street Lighting 


1,029.10 


General Expenses of 




Highway Department 


27,114.68 


T.R.A. 


1,486.84 


Highway Subsidy 


20,939.75 




$158,937.50 


Libraries: 




Public Welfare: 


$5,278.00 


Town Poor 


$4,224.89 


Old Age Assistance 


7,218.73 



$11,443.62 

Patriotic Purposes: 
Memorial Day $ 159.48 

Recreation: 
Parks and Playgrounds $21 ,354.78 

Conservation Committee 246.48 



$21,601.26 



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Public Service Enterprises: 
Cemeteries $657.20 

Advertising & Regional Association 276.76 



Payments to Other Governmental 
Units: 
County Tax $62,927.18 

Precincts 60,359.15 

School District 640,358.57 



$933.96 



Debt Services: 

Long Term Notes $6,735.00 

Interest on Long Term Notes 2,846.00 



$9,581.00 



Capital Outlay: 
Equipment (Back Hoe) $27,500.00 

Equipment (Rake Revenue Sharing) 1,925.00 

Land (Anti-Recession) 587.00 

Tax Maps (Revenue Sharing) 8,241.75 

Sewer Project 21,000.00 

Equipment (Power Sander) 4,070.00 



$63,323.75 



Unclassified: 
Prior Years Bills 

(S.S.&W.H. Taxes) $4,865.66 

Taxes Bought by Town 52,509.58 

Discounts and Abatements 2,434.37 

Bond & Debt Retirement 1,780.48 



$61,590.09 



$763,644.90 
Total Gross Expenditures $1,252,611.72 

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Less: 
Social Security Tax 

Due State $ 2,508.41 

Withholding Tax 

Due Federal Government 1,503.30 



$ 4,011.71 
Total Expenditures $1,248,600.01 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance - January 1, 1977 $ 76,854.79 

Receipts During Year 1 ,272,722.97 



$1,349,579.76 
Expenditures During Year $1 ,248,600.01 



Balance - December 31, 1977 $100,977.75 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Carroll County Trust 
as Per Statement - December 31, 
1977 $117,676.01 

Cash on Hand December 31 , 1977 165,823.30 



$283,499.31 
Less Outstanding Checks 182,521.56 



Reconciled Balance - December 31, 1977 $100,977.75 

LAURENCE BROWNELL 
Treasurer 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 

Carolyn Conner, T.C. $3,047.26 

Douglas Meader ^ 1,200.00 

Bruce Rines 1,250.00 

Roger H. Busch 1,200.00 

Carl R.Wheeler 2,667.00 

Laurence Brownell 750.00 

Harvey Emerson 100.00 

Grant Kramer 100.00 



$10,314.26 



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 

Dorothy Palmer $6,579.75 

Carolyn Conner 70.75 

Postmaster Ctr. Ossipee 1,265.00 

Brown &Saltmarsh, Inc. 152.10 

The Stationery Shop 163.73 

Steve Davis Office Machine 20.40 

Velma Hormell 750.00 

County Commerce 96.00 

Percy Blake, Reg. of Deeds 657.15 

New England Telephone 1,727.11 

Herbert Hunt 1,500.00 

Roger Busch 33.27 

Ctr. Ossipee Inn 21.85 

Carroll County Independent 3,518.54 

Public Service Co. 2.13 

Sec. of State, N.H. 10.00 

Porter Office Machine Corp. 803.06 

N.H. City & Town Clerk Assoc. 20.00 

N.H. Municipal Assoc. 416.90 

The Frame House 24.88 

Dale Villa Greenhouse 15.00 

Brown & Saltmarsh 71 .00 

N.H. Tax Collector Assoc. 10.00 

Center Ossipee Pharmacy 6.49 



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St. Paul Stamp Works, Inc. 37.78 

Ruth C. Eckhoff 2.50 

Douglas Meader 7.92 

Bruce Rines 6.60 

Carl R.Wheeler 295.68 

Evelyn Wheeler 100.00 

Mary Ann Hartford 250.00 

Georgiana Palmer 256.25 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 113.25 

R. J.Sylvain, Inc. 15.50 

Tower Publishing Co. 42.90 

Wheeler & Clark 64.31 



$19,127.80 

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc. $3,421.41 

Earnshaw Lumber, Inc. 159.58 

Milton Dow 789.00 

Ossipee Auto Parts 2,496.35 

Ross Express, Inc. 47.47 

Lewiston Welding Co. 245.25 

Merrimack Farmers' Exchange 49.45 

Aero Machine, Inc. 20.00 

Rines Garage, Inc. 5,630.21 

Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 746.89 

MacDonald's Welding Service 118.00 

Gulf Oil Corp. 353.28 

Donovan Spring & Equip. Co., Inc. 481.83 

Century Tire Co. 2,012.24 

Brocky's, Inc. 41.82 

Curly's Auto Sale 10.00 

Ossipee Equipment Co., Inc. 230.00 

Dube & Murphy, Inc. 65.80 

Cummins Northeastern, Inc. 1,000.35 

Chadwick Ba-Ross, Inc. 2,341.49 

Central Petroleum Co. 342.10 

Osgoods Bros., Inc. 25.60 

2 Way Communication Ser., Inc. 3,005.13 

Dobles Chevrolet 885.64 



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Carroll County Independent 


88.75 


Gowen, Inc. 


326.75 


Noyes Tire Co. 


55.50 


Bancroft & Martin, Inc. 


189.05 


Rines Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. 


40.33 


Foster & Co., Inc. 1 


50.49 


Convenience Grocery 


3.68 


OssipeeOilCo.,Inc. 


13.86 


Holmes Transportation Ser. 


48.23 


Rice's Tire Center 


186.63 


Stanley Eldridge 


192.00 


Conway Tractor & Equipment Co. 


227.36 


Patsy Auto Body 


385.00 


J. Goldstein 


93.40 


B.B. Chain Co. 


50.00 


Ossipee True Value 


69.57 


Nelson's Reupholstery & Fabric 


45.00 


P.T. Parts 


90.34 


Ossipee Hardware 


12.51 


Standard Uniform Rental Service, Inc. 


242.37 


Lubrication Engineers 


181.17 



$27,110.88 



SUMMER HIGHWAY 



Irving Abbott 
Ellis Dow 
Milton Dow 
Daniel Riley 
Harold White 
Robert Valley 
Russell Whiting, Jr. 
Lloyd Wilkins 
Bruce Williams 
Rodney White 
Rodney White (Gravel) 
Rodney White (Mileage) 
George MacDonald 
Wendell Eldridge 
Tilton Sand & Gravel 



$2,002.00 
2,968.28 

931.40 
2,997.41 
3,184.60 
2,945.00 
3,030.17 
3,153.60 
2,289.00 
4,414.90 

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215.28 
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769.11 



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New England Lumber Co. 


255.20 


Texaco, Inc. 


4,883.85 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


2,577.52 


N.H. Bituminous Co., Inc. 


3,473.65 


Lyford Merrow (Sand) 


184.50 


Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


36.15 


The Kennett Co. 


462.00 


Stanley Eldridge 


96.00 


James R. Eldridge 


432.60 


Peter D.Brewitt 


560.70 


Northeastern Culvert Corp. 


3,487.72 


Earl J. Keene & Sons, Inc. 


3,593.16 


Standard Uniform Rental Service 


347.62 




$49,951.32 


WINTER HIGHWAY 


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Irving Abbott 


$3,432.82 


Ellis Dow 


4,994.69 


Milton Dow 


4,919.60 


Milton Dow (Mileage) 


313.32 


Milton Dow (Bulldozer) 


202.00 


Daniel Riley 


4,988.87 


Robert Valley 


4,959.77 


Harold White 


5,089.70 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


4,959.77 


Lloyd Wilkins 


5,037.00 


Bruce Williams 


3,911.04 


Perley Ryder 


260.00 


Michael Libby 


61.25 


Lyford Merrow 


673.50 


Russell Whiting, Sr. 


52.50 


Jerry Valley 


111.25 


Standard Uniform Rental Service 


425.30 


Ossipee Aggregates Corp. 


255.15 


Buchanan's BP 


117.00 


Tilton Sand & Gravel, Inc. 


353.95 


International Salt Co. 


513.98 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


495.26 


Texaco, Inc. 


6,561.92 



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Granite State Minerals, Inc. 1,041.00 

Ossipee Equipment Co., Inc. 162.50 

Ray Marsh & Son 480.00 

Merrimack Farmers Exchange, Inc. 88.53 

Century Tire Co. 70.68 

Barry Williams ^ 226.25 

Norman White 294.00 

Rodney White 1,917.90 

Rodney White (Gravel) 404.90 

Rodney White (Truck & Mileage) 135.33 

Ernest Berry, Jr. (Gravel) 131.70 

Warren Harrington 135.00 

The Kennett Co. 246.40 

Belmont Ryder 71.25 

Stanley Eldridge 144.00 

Lynwood Ryder 158.13 



$58,397.21 



HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 



N.H. Bituminous Co., Inc. 


$3,348.58 


Irving Abbott 


836.00 


Ellis Dow 


1,228.56 


Daniel Riley 


1,240.00 


Robert Valley 


1,242.91 


Lloyd Wilkins 


1,320.00 


Bruce Williams 


893.46 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


1,209.16 


Harold White 


1,320.00 


Rodney White 


2,077.60 


Rodney White (Mileage) 


200.44 


Rodney White (Gravel) 


388.80 


Beede Waste Oil Corp. 


4,350.00 


LyfordMerrow (Sand) 


95.60 


Ernest Berry, Jr. (Gravel) 


139.20 


Warren Harrington 


340.00 


The Kennett Co. 


677.60 


Earl J. Keene & Sons, Inc. 


31.84 



$20,939.75 



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TOWN ROAD AID 
Treasurer, State of N.H. $1,486.84 

ARTICLE NO. 18 — POWER SANDER 
R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc. $4,070.00 



TOWN POOR 




Manchester Children's Home 


$126.34 


Dover Children's Home 


200.00 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


216.20 


Indian Mound IGA 


468.87 


Billings Realty 


315.00 


OssipeeOilCo. 


94.55 


Carroll County Farm 


75.00 


Abbott & Staples 


45.88 


Lord's Funeral Service 


1,786.00 


Anthony Delisio 


100.00 


Russell E. Tupeck 


454.25 


Alpha House 


313.80 


Kingswood Bank 


29.00 



$4,224.89 



MEMORIAL DAY & PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 
Loring Short & Harmon $139.98 

George L. Campbell 19.50 



$159.48 



RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

James Thompson $10,500.00 

James Thompson (Mileage) 485.28 

Wallace Nudd 6,920.00 

Wallace Nudd (Mileage) 294.00 

Holly Helfrich 1,200.00 

N.E. Telephone 480.96 

H.R.Colby 224.00 

Dave PoUini Sport Shop 245.00 

James Bailey Co. 219.27 



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Earnshaw Lumber 


152.42 


Merrimack Farmers Exchange 


94.50 


Tee Pee Sports Shop 


107.55 


Saymore Trophy Co., Inc. 


80.86 


Hodges Badge Co. 


38.73 


The Nixon Co. , 


35.00 


Stationery Shop 


154.17 


Ossipee Hardware 


41.68 


Freedom Cashway, Inc. 


35.92 


Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 


16.64 


Brocky's, Inc. 


16.05 


Winnipesaukee Motor Craft Co. 


12.75 



$21,354.78 

ANTI RECESSIONAL FISCAL ASST. — ARTICLE 12 

Ron Jacobs $500.00 

Herbert Thompson 70.00 

Persons Concrete 17.00 



$587.00 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 



Carroll County Independent 


$140.20 


Lucille Davis 


15.00 


Carmen Knapp 


15.00 


Janice Wagenfeld 


15.00 


Blanche Buswell 


15.00 


Cheryl Riley 


15.00 


Hilda Dubois 


15.00 


John Sanders 


25.00 


Carolyn Conner 


25.00 


Perley Wasson 


15.00 


George Campbell 


15.00 


Bruce Rines 


15.00 


Douglas Meader 


15.00 


Roger Busch 


15.00 


Mildred S. White 


120.00 


Edward C. Smart 


120.00 



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Kenwood White 120.00 

Dorothy Palmer 15.00 

Center Ossipee Inn 151.20 



$881.40 



DISTRICT COURT 

Lawrence J. Walsh $ 6,500.00 

June Loud 4,875.00 

Robert H. Schroeder 1 ,300.00 

Peter H. Fauver 1,625.00 

Herbert D.Wells 46.23 

PaulR.Pudloski 50.00 





$14,396.23 


TOWN HALL & OTHER BUILDINGS 


Gloria Carter 


$ 481.73 


Ossipee Water Co. 


103.00 


Brocky's, Inc. 


155.17 


Dube & Murphy, Inc. 


5,517.11 


Public Service Co. of N.H. 


2,076.14 


Kirk Ryder 


6.90 


Elwood Hodge 


6.90 


Rochester Germicide Co. 


629.46 


Ossipee Hardware 


54.12 


Earnshaw Lumber, Inc. 


1,346.42 


Convenience Grocery 


15.80 


Norman G. Sargent, Electric 


75.19 


The LoCk Shop 


71.50 


Merrimack Farmers Exchange 


46.63 


Longmeadow Farm & Home Supply 


314.46 


R.J. Sylvain, Inc. 


70.60 


Donna Sargent 


9.25 


Curly's Auto Sales 


12.75 


Persons Concrete, Inc. 


161.20 


MacDonald's Welding Service 


30.00 


Robert L. Davison 


15,00 


Ossipee Aggregate Corp. 


35.10 


Bennett Sales & Service, Inc. 


199.95 



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N.H. Aluminum Co. 


1,383.50 


N.H. Vocational Tech. College 


341.22 


Ossipee True Value 


12.85 


Town Hardware 


1.98 



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$13,173.93 



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
Treasurer, State of N.H. $7,218.73 

SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 

State of N.H., Retirement Div. $3,087.57 

N.H. State Treasurer (PICA) 6,736.76 



$9,824.33 



FOREST FIRES 

Clarence Palmer, Warden $1,555.04 

Town of Effingham 160.18 

General Electric Co. 710.00 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 20.58 



2,445.80 



INSURANCE 

Ossipee Insurance Agency $12,973.15 

Blue Cross - Blue Shield 4,516.69 



$17,489.84 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

John Fogarty $12,249.52 

John Fogarty (Mileage) 5.28 

John Fogarty (Postage) 10.00 

John Fogarty (Petty Cash) 10.00 

John Fogarty (Expenses Chief's Conv.) 150.00 
Ralph Floria 9,147.37 



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Ralph Floria (Uniforms) 


33.24 


Robert Snow 


2,241.00 


John Buswell 


2,051.50 


Joseph Duchesne 


88.00 


Donald Downing 


36.00 


Johns. Pynelll 


1,559.97 


Douglas Maclver 


294.25 


AnneF. Collins, M.D. 


40.00 


Ossipee Auto Parts 


141.57 


Rines Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. 


5,612.21 


Curly's Auto Sales 


380.51 


Eldridge & Johnson 


20.00 


Buchanan's B.P. 


3.00 


Whittier Gulf 


21.95 


N.E. Assoc, of Chief of Police, Inc. 


20.00 


N.H. Chief's Assoc. 


10.00 


Century Tire Co. 


612.01 


Town Hardware 


27.39 


Ossipee Hardware 


15.58 


Texaco, Inc. 


3,012.48 


Ben's Uniform, Inc. 


591.06 


N.E. Telephone 


510.32 


Ctr. Ossipee Pharmacy 


14.76 


The Stationery Shop 


65.32 


The Village Press 


154.22 


Steve Davis Office Machine 


45.00 


The Balsams 


50.00 


Ashmont Electronics, Inc. 


18.00 


T.B.I. Corp. 


10.05 


Convenience Grocery 


1.74 


Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 


6.00 


Carroll County Independent 


15.00 


Richard A. Sherburne, Inc. 


394.67 


2 Way Communication Service, Inc. 


215.20 




$39,884.17 



DAMAGE & LEGAL EXPENSES 
Hussey's Veterinary Hospital, Inc. $ 65.00 

Frederic L. Cox 1 ,444.00 



$1,509.00 



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HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

Barbara Anderson, R.N. $1,065.49 

Barbara Anderson (Mileage) 69.13 



Clyde V.Merrill, R.N. ^ 


$4,513.09 


Clyde V. Merrill (Clothing allow) 


50.00 


Clyde V. Merrill (Mileage) 


350.17 


Carroll County Independent 


$ 3.40 


The Village Press, Inc. 


13.53 


Lola Davis (File) 


25.00 


New England Telephone 


222.76 


Center of Hope 


500.00 


Ossipee Concerned Citizens 




(Meals on Wheels) 


2,000.00 


Article No. 17 - Lord's Ambulance 


9,000.00 



PLANNING & ZONING 



Carroll County Independent 


$ 587.10 


Jesse E. Shackford, III 


390.00 


Frederic L. Cox 


511.50 


Registry of Deeds 


12.60 


Natalie Hall 


245.00 


Natalie Hall (Postage) 


61.76 


Lakes Region Planning Comm. 


1,777.00 



$1,134.62 



$4,913.26 



$17,812.57 



CARRY OVERS TO 1978 

Carroll County Mental Health $1,304.50 

Huggins Hospital 1 ,500.00 

Tamworth Rescue Squad 40.00 

Effingham Rescue Squad 40.00 

Wolfeboro Rescue Squad 40.00 



$2,924.50 



$3,584.96 



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TOWN DUMP 




Allen Shannon 


$ 43.05 


Kirk Ryder 


31.60 


Jim Perry 


12.80 


Peter Nelson 


30.90 


Jerry Valley 


33.80 


Robin Shannon 


33.35 


Wayne Jenness 


42.10 


Mike Brownell 


33.35 


Harvey Jenness 


35.10 


Frances Nelson 


38.85 


Don Abbott 


38.60 


Dave Abbott 


31.60 


Butch Shannon 


34.80 


Dave Drew 


29.20 


Kirk Johnson 


39.75 


Rick Drew 


34.00 


Dan Drew 


29.40 


Walter Eldridge 


43.15 


Tim Nelson 


5.20 


Gordon Farrell 


1,949.37 


Ossipee Hardware 


22.44 


Richard S. Phillips 


1,517.85 


White Mtn. Survey Co. 


1,251.00 



$5,361.26 



STREET LIGHTS 
Public Service Co. of N.H. 



$1,029.10 



LIBRARY 



Ossipee Public Library 



$5,278.00 



ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOC. 
Lakes Region Assoc. $276.76 



LONG TERM NOTES 
Carroll County Trust Co. 

LONG TERM INTEREST 
Carroll County Trust Co. 



$6,735.00 



$2,208.00 



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REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

$640,358.57 

PRECINCTS 

W.O. Precinct $10,176.20 

CO. Precinct 1 32,915.47 

Oss. Corner Precinct 16,364.48 

Precinct *'A" 903.00 



$60,359.15 



REVENUE SHARING 

R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc. 

(Article No. 9) $1,925.00 

Planning Maps, Inc. 

(Article No. 13) 8,241.75 



$10,166.75 



TAX REFUNDS 



Joseph M. Sears 


$129.08 


Russell & Beatrice Beck 


247.87 


Rev. William J. McCaffrey 


116.32 


J. Edward & Marguerite Kurth 


259.05 


David E . & Phyllis Corbitt 


275.06 


William & Vivian Duncan 


431.47 


Mrs. Vera Stevens 


102.98 


Edward D. & Amy C. Spear 


125.98 


Lloyd W.Ferrell 


130.08 


Janet C. & Peter Merlino 


6.12 


Lillian M.Rhuda 


70.59 


Donald N. Meader 


68.89 


Vivian E. Eldridge 


13.12 


Lawrence J. & Amelia Wood 


457.36 



$2,433.97 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 
Carl R. Wheeler, Tax Collector $52,509.58 



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COUNTY TAX 
Treas. Carroll County $62,927.18 

BOND & DEBT RETIREMENT TAX 
Treas. State of N.H. $1,780.48 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

N.H. Assoc, of Conservation Comm. $ 80.00 

Carroll County Trust Co. 166.48 



$246.48 

SEWER 
Hoyle Tanner & Assoc, Inc. $21,000.00 

CEMETERY 

Earnshaw Lumber $ 6.20 

Norman White 336.00 

Merrimack Farmers Exchange, Inc. 315.00 



$657.20 



REPORT OF TOWN AUDITORS 

TOWN OF OSSIPEE, N.H. 

Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1977 (June 30, 1978) 

REVENUE SHARING FUND 

Statement of Revenue, Expenditures, Encumbrances and 
Fund Balance 

Available Funds- January 1 , 1977 $3,587.80 

Add Revenue: 
Entitlement Payments $29,376.00 

Interest 0-0 



TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS $32,963.80 

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Total Operating/ 
Maintenance Expenses $ -0- 



Capital Expenditures: 

Multipurpose and General 

Government ^ 
Others - Road Equipment 


$8,241.75 
1,925.00 


Total Capital Expenditures 


$10,166.75 


Total Expenditures 


$10,166.75 



Available Cash - 

December 31, 1977 $22,797.05 

Less: Encumbrances (Appropriations 

Authorized) 
December 31, 1977 

Total Operating Encumbrances $-0- 

Capital Outlay: 

Total Capital Encumbrances $ -0- 



Total Encumbrances $ -0- 



Available Unobligated Funds - 
December 31, 1977 $22,797.05 

We have examined the accounts and records of the 
Revenue Sharing Fund of the Town of Ossipee, N.H. for the 
fiscal year ended December 31, 1977. 

HARVEY EMERSON 

R. GRANT KRAMER 

Auditors 

Town of Ossipee, N.H. 

2/2/78 



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OSSIPEE DISTRICT COURT 

To the Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee: 

I submit the following report of the Ossipee District 
Court for the year ending December 31, 1977: 

Receipts: 

Fines & forfeitures $45,052.50 

Bails 11,570.00 

Restitution 458.55 



$57,081.05 
Cash on hand 1/1/77 475.00 



$57,556.05 



Disbursements: 




Motor Vehicle Dept. 


$17,831.60 


Motor Vehicle - Boats 


212.00 


Fish & Game Dept. 


368.00 


Bail returns 


3,173.00 


Witness fees 


2,391.96 


Blood Tests 


336.00 


Telephone 


307.01 


Printing 


663.30 


Supplies 


127.93 


Postage 


96.19 


Penalty Assessments 


755.50 


Check returned 


20.00 


Office Equip. 


408.41 


Meetings, dues 


523.80 


Misc. Expense 


72.95 


Restitution 


458.55 


Superior Court bonds 


8,372.00 


Town of Ossipee 


20,876.85 




$56,995.05 


Balance on hand 12/ 31 / 77 


$ 561.00 



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SPECIAL ACCOUNT 

Receipts: 

Small claims $1,754.13 

Writs ^ 927.00 

Restitution ' 52.00 

Misc. fees 62.60 



$2,795.73 
Balance on hand 1/1/77 1,092.54 



$3,888.27 



Disbursements: 

Small claims $971.83 

Payment of writ 179.79 

Restitution 52.00 

TownofOssipee 1,000.00 

Sheriff s Dept. 150.00 

Misc. 20.66 



$2,374.28 

Balance on hand 12/ 31 / 77 $1,513.99 

JUNE C. LOUD, 
Clerk 



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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

ANNUAL REPORT 1977-78 

Balance brought forward: $ 898.80 

RECEIPTS 

Town of Ossipee $2,000.00 

Town of Ossipee 1 ,000.00 

Town of Ossipee 2,278.00 



$6,176.80 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Books and Periodicals 


$1,008.43 




Maintenance 


136.05 




Repairs and Improvements 


587.65 




Electricity 


117.55 




Telephone 


209.16 




Town of Ossipee (Pica) 


170.35 




Association dues 


9.00 




Fuel 


733.00 




Salary 


1,456.00 




Water 


28.50 




Supplies 


14.47 




Checks 


8.35 








$4,478.51 


Balance December 31, 1977 




$1,698.29 



ROLLAND W. LORD 
EDWARD C. SMART 
RUTH C. ECKHOFF 
Trustees 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

Trustees of Trust Fund, Ossipee, N.H. 1977 



TRUST FUNDS: 
Principal 
Accrued Interest 
1977 Interest 



TRUSTEES ACCOUNTS: 
Checking account 1 Jan. 77 
Savings Account 



RECEIPTS: 
From Savings Accounts 
and Sale of Lots 

INTEREST ON TRUST FUNDS 
Amoskeag Savings Bank 
Carroll County Trust Company 
Granite State Savings Bank 
The Manchester Bank 
New Hampshire Savings Bank 
Rochester Savings Bank 
Strafford Savings Bank 
Wolf eboro National Bank 



Total Receipts 

OPERATING STATEMENT: 

Checking account balance 1 Jan. 77 
Receipts 



1 Jan. 
1977 


31 Dec. 
1977 


$32,156.67 $32,156.67 

7,588.02 7,588.02 

.00 2,201.64 



$39,744.69 $41,946.33 



$330.00 
4,302.55 

$4,632.55 $4,632.55 



$2,954.01 $2,954.01 



$451.28 
182.90 
147.63 
391.12 
330.61 
50.74 
195.37 
451.99 



$2,201.64 $2,201.64 



$9,788.20 



$330.00 
2,954.01 

$3,284.01 $3,284.01 



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EXPENDITURES: 

Mowing Cemeteries, Labor and Fuel $1,165.00 

Memorial Day Flowers 47.60 

New Equipment (2 rakes) 9.32 

Parts and Service 15.12 

Repairing 2 Head Stones 50.00 

Chickville Cemetery Ass'n. 56.18 

Maintenance Lord Lot 20.00 

Travel, Phone and Postage 50.00 

Accounting Services 150.00 



$1,563.22 $1,563.22 

Checking account balance 
31 December 77 1,720.79 



$3,284.01 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report is complete and correct to the best of our knowledge 
and belief. 

WALTER G. WHITE 
GERARD E. POWERS 
BERYL M. KRAMER 
Trustees of Trust Funds 
HARVEY EMERSON 
R. GRANT KRAMER 
Auditors 
Audited February 2, 1978 



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REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPT. 1977 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, 
N.H. 

This year has been a sad one in the fact that there were 
76 accidents with six of these fatals. The fatals were five 
separate accidents and all with only one vehicle involved. 

There also was an increase in all other areas. With 
criminal activity up 79 percent, motor vehicle violations 
up 49 percent, juvenile offenses up 35 percent, and mileage 
up 23 percent. 

In September 1977 an officer was hired under CETA 
(comprehensive employment and training act), with the 
entire cost paid by CETA, this will carry on into March 
1978 and at such time another application will be sub- 
mitted to run to September 1978. 

I would like to thank my officers, the Town officials, 
other department heads, and the citizens of Ossipee for 
their cooperation and assistance. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHN E. FOGARTY 
Chief of Police 

COURT ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR 1977 

Accomplice 2 

Allow unfit person to operate 4 

Arson 1 

Assault 10 

Burglary 15 

Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor 1 

Criminal Mischief 7 

Criminal Threatening 2 

Criminal Trespass 4 

Defective Equipment 3 

Disorderly Conduct 11 

Dog Complaints 67 

Dogs Disposed of 10 

DWI 26 



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Failure to Appear 2 

Failure to Keep Right 9 

Failure to Observe Traffic signs 1 

Failure to Stop for Police 3 

Failure to Stop at Rail Road Crossing 1 

Failure to Stop for School bus 1 

Failure to Yield 6 

Following too Close 6 

Furnishing Alcoholic Beverage to Minor 3 

Illegal Transportation of Alcohol 1 

Improper Turning Movement 2 

Intoxication 14 

Issuing Bad Checks 27 

Leaving Door open to Traffic 1 

Leaving the Scene of Accident 2 

Littering 4 

Misuse of Plates 3 

Obstructing Traffic 1 

Operating after Revocation or Suspension 6 

Operating M / C W / Head Gear 3 

Operating M / C With High Handle Bars 1 

Juvenile 27 

Operating to Endanger or Reckless 2 

Operating M / V on Right of Way 1 

Operating Over Width Load 1 

Operating Snow Machine on Public Way 4 

Operating Uninspected Motor Vehicle 18 

Operating Unregistered Motor Vehicle 17 

Operating Unregistered Snow Machine 4 

Operating W / O Binder Chains 1 

Operating W / O Corrective Lens 1 

Operating W / O Face Protection 4 

Operating W / O License 23 

Operating W / O Lights 2 

Operating W / O Mirrors 3 

Operating W / Permit 1 

Passingon the Right 3 

Passing in an Intersection 1 

Possessionof Concealed Weapon 1 

Possession of Controlled Drug 4 



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Receiving Stolen Property 2 

Resist Arrest 5 

Solid Line Violations 43 

Speed • ^ 55 

Stop Sign 29 

Theft ' ^ ^ 13 

Towing Trailer W / O Safety Chains 1 

Unauthorized use of Motor Vehicle 1 

Unnecessary Noise 15 

Unsafe Tires 10 

552 

Accidents investigated 76 

Aacidents Fatal 6 

Aids Rendered 307 

Ambulance calls and Assists 22 

Assist other Depts. including fire Depts. 175 

Check-ups 784 

Defective Equipment Tags Issued 378 

Warnings 189 

Suicides including Attempts 4 

COURT CASES DISPOSED OF BY: 

Bail Forfeited 1 

Conditional Discharge 2 

Continued for Sentence 22 

Default 33 

Dismissed 2 

Fined 295 

Fine or Part of Suspended 28 

Sent to House of Correction 5 

Restitution Ordered 9 

House of Correction Sentence Suspended 23 

License Suspended or Revoked 28 

Nol Pros 24 

Public Service to Town 40 Hours 3 

Total Mileage for Year 77,834 

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OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

It has been clearly evident over the past several 
months that the Town of Ossipee has been a progressive 
community, and a model for adjacent townships. The 
Ossipee Recreation Department has been an integral part 
of that progress, offering more programs to the com- 
munity than ever before. The list of volunteers is long, and 
the range of programs wide. 

The following is a list of programs for the year 1977: 

4th - 6th Grade Girls Softball 

Major Little League Baseball 

Minor Little League Baseball (coach - David Babson) 

Ossipee Women's Softball (sponsor - Sunset Mattress) 

West Ossipee Women's Softball (sponsor - West Ossipee 

Ladies Aux.) 

Ossipee Swim Team (coaches - Holly Helfrich and 

Wes Shattuck) 
Ossipee Open Swim Meet 
American Red Cross Swimming Instruction 
August Youth Day Camp 

Carroll County Track and Field Day (Kennett High 
School) 

CETA Youth Employees 

Men's Softball Team (coach - Timothy Hayford) 
Red Sox Trip 
Mountain Climbing 
Elementary School Soccer Program 
Junior High - Senior High Soccer Program 
Junior High - Senior High Volleyball Program 
Junior High - Senior High Volleyball Tournament 
Adult Recreation 
Game Day (North Conway) 
July 4th Fair 

Horseshoe Pitching- Tournament 

Ski and Skate Swap and Sale (in cooperation with O.C.C.) 
Children's Christmas Program (in cooperation with 
O.C.C.) 



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Men's Basketball Team (in Mt. Washington Valley 

Adult Men's Basketball League) 
Women's Basketball (sponsor - Sunset Mattress) 
Christmas House Decoration Festival 
Junior High - Senior High Bowling Program 
Junior High - Senior High Bowling Tournament 
Elementary School Bowling Program 
Elementary School Bowling Tournament 
Pee Wee Hockey Program (coaches - Barry Williams, 

Arthur Pinkham, John Pyne) 

Junior High - Senior High Hockey (coaches - Arthur 
Pinkham, Barry Williams) 

4th - 6th grade Boy's Basketball Program (coach - Charlie 
Campbell, Lynn Presby) 

4th - 6th Grade Girl's Basketball Program (coach - Diane 

Savage) 

Record Hops 

Recreation For Senior Adults 

Youth Winter Employment Referrals 

Open Recreation for Youth 

G.E.D. Tutoring 

Ossipee Ice Bowl 

Freestyle Ski Jumping Competition 

Cheerleading Squad (coach - Sandra Bouche) 

Skating Rink 

Children's Easter Egg Hunt (appreciation ext. to Center 

Ossipee Inn) 
Halloween Party for Pre-schoolers 
Spring Clean-up Campaign 

General Skating Instruction (instructor - Donna Sargent) 
Cross-Country Skiing (instructor - Donald Nuri) 

We are grateful to the West Ossipee Fire Precinct for 
its significant contribution to the Town of Ossipee the 
former West Ossipee Fire Department building. The 
building is now used as a warming hut, concession stand, 
and storage area for the recreation department. 



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As head of the Ossipee Recreation Department since 
its inception in January of 1971, I feel pride in realizing 
that the department has been a positive factor of influence 
in the community, pride in the response of the public to its 
growth, and pride in all those who have taken part in its 
success - the sponsors, coaches, instructors, the Advisory 
Committee, and all interested citizens. 

Respectfully submitted, 
JAMES B. THOMPSON 
Director of Recreation 



OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

Center Ossipee, New Hampshire 03814 

The Ossipee Planning Board meets each first and 
third Tuesday of the Month. Our first meeting of the month 
is held at the Town Hall and subdivision proposals are 
submitted, discussed and hearings held. Our second 
meeting of the month is designed as a work-planning 
session and is sometimes held at other locations. 

A considerable amount of time this year has been 
spent with individuals and developers attempting to 
correct past, present and future problems of subdividing. 

The proposed Zoning Ordinance, presented to the 
voters again this year, has been revised to reflect the 
feelings of the people and organizations in this area. We 
have spent a considerable amount of time with individuals 
and groups in our area and we hope this proposed or- 
dinance meets with their approval. 

The Planning Board appreciates the cooperation 
extended to it by the Town Officers. 

Sincerely, 

PETER D. BILLINGS 

Chairman 



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OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

1977 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The Ossipee Conservation Commission has had an 
active and rewarding second year in its efforts to oversee 
the many areas of conservation important to the town. 

As in the previous year, the Commission's prime 
concern has been water quality, which is influenced by 
land use in the area and includes septic systems, timber 
operations, recreation, and preservation of sensitive land 
areas. 

The Commission was instrumental in the passing of 
HB517 which concerns setting aside 3,200 acres of land (40 
percent in the Town of Ossipee: 60 percent in the Town of 
Effingham) as the "Pine River State Forest". 

Also three tracts of land have been donated to the town 
for conservation purposes. 

The Commission has continued to follow the progress 
of the proposed sewer system in Center Ossipee, which is 
meant to correct the problems caused by the present 
system, which is in failure. No final plans have been made 
or presented as yet. The Commission also met with 
representatives from Anderson-Nichols, who explained in 
detail the proposed spray-irrigation system for the County 
Home Complex. 

In July, at a well-attended public meeting, 
representatives of the Lakes Region Planning Commission 
explained the use of a new and accurate device which is 
used to test water for pollutants. The device was used 
twice this year on Ossipee Lake. 

The Commission has also overseen Dredge and Fill 
Permits, one of its important duties. Action by the Com- 



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mission protected the Gile Brook Area at Dan Hole Pond, 
from extensive pollution from timber operations which 
were begun without permits and State inspection. 

Most recently the Commission has participated in 
hearings with respect to the proposed incinerator/ landfill 
which are needed to replace the old Town Dump that has 
been declared illegal by State and Federal Laws. 

The Ossipee Conservation Commission wishes to 
thank Town Officials, The Lakes Region Planning Com- 
mission and the many individuals who have assisted it in 
its duties and provided encouragement and interest over 
the past year. Suggestions and inquiries from the public 
are always most welcome. 

The Commissioners are as follows: 

RICHARD PRIEBE - Chairman 

RANDY LYMAN 

KAREN EBEL 

JAMES LEWIS 

MARK WRIGHT 

PETER BILLINGS 

JEAN DANFORTH - Secretary 

Respectfully submitted, 
JEAN DANFORTH 
Secretary 



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OSSIPEE NURSING SERVICE 

Total number of home and office calls 1150. 

1977 has been a year of growth for the Ossipee Nursing 
Service. On March 1, 1977 the Nursing Service, which had 
previously operated on a part time basis, expanded its 
services to daily availability. This expansion was created 
thru increased services to the community. In addition to 
home visits which are made daily, the Nursing office is 
open each morning for the convenience of area residents 
who wish to stop in for aid. About 30 persons a month take 
advantage of this opportunity. 

Monthly Blood Pressure and weight screenings held in 
the nursing office were begun in July and have been well 
attended. 

In June the Nursing Service was given the respon- 
sibility for the organization and planning of the Well Child 
and Immunization Clinic, which is sponsored by the N.H. 
Public Health Dept. These clinics are being held every 
other month -- with additional ones when the need arises -- 
in the office of Dr. Anne Collins and could not function 
without the untiring efforts of many loyal volunteers. In 
1977 5 clinics were held with an average of 25 children 
attending. 

A referral system has been instituted with the help of 
the Social Services Dept. of Huggins Hospital, which 
allows your nurse to be in touch with patients while in the 
hospital. In this way she is in personal touch with residents 
of Ossipee and thus able to acquaint them with the ser- 
vices provided by the office so that they may call upon 
discharge if there is a need. 

Your nurse has been able to assist many families thru 
referral to other area Social Services Agencies such as 
Homemaker Home Health Aides, Meals on Wheels, N.H. 
Welfare Dept. for assistance. Legal Aide, Family Plan- 
ning, Fuel Assistance and Town aid - to mention a few. 



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Medical equipment for loan in the home continues to 
be a great need in our community and our pieces of 
equipment are constantly in use. We are very grateful to 
the Ossipee Rotary Club who answered our need for 
another wheel chair by donating a lovely new chair to the 
service. 

Application has been made to the WIC Program which 
will assist pregnant women, infants and children with a 
supplemental food program. Plans are also being made 
for a breast self examination clinic to be held in con- 
junction with the Cancer Society. 

The largest number of nursing visits continue to be to 
the elderly and our emphasis on home health care is to 
enable our folks to remain in their one homes as long as 
possible. 

Sincerely, 

CLYDE (MICKEY) MERRILL, R.N. 



74 



REPORT OF DISTRICT FIRE CHIEF 
AND TOWN FOREST FIRE WARDEN 

Forest fire control in New Hampshire is a joint state 
and town /city responsibility (RSA 224). 

The Director, Division of Forests and Lands (State 
Forester) appoints a forest fire warden and several deputy 
forest fire wardens in each town/ city upon the recom- 
mendation of local authorities. 

The local forest fire warden is responsible for forest 
fire prevention and suppression activities in his town. He 
regulates the kindling of outside fires when the ground is 
not covered with snow by the issuance of written permits 
only when conditions are safe. He is responsible for sup- 
pression with the town /city and state sharing the cost. 
Suppression costs in excess of i/4 of 1 percent of the 
assessed valuation of the town are assumed by the state. 

The state provides training for the local fire 
organizations and helps coordinate activities between 
towns /cities. The state also supports local forces with 
backup personnel, equipment, and supplies for sup- 
pression and prevention. 

This combination of state and local cooperation, 
started in 1893, works well, for New Hampshire has en- 
joyed one of the smallest acreage losses due to forest fires 
in the United States for the past 25 years. 

1977 FOREST FIRE STATISTICS 



. of Fires 


No. of Acres 




Burned 


1,091 


2,386 


124 


651/2 


4 


51/2 



State 

District 

Town 

E.SVEN CARLSON CLARENCE E. PALMER 

District Fire Chief Forest Fire Warden 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand $ 15.38 

Capital Reserve Funds 1,831.17 

Lawyers Fund 783.83 



Total Assets 
Excess of Liabilities 
over Assets 


$1,831.17 
783.83 


$2,630.38 


Grand Total 

LIABILITIES 
Capital Reserve Funds 
Unexpended appropriation 
for Lawyer 


$2,630.38 


Total Liabilities 




$2,615.00 


Excess of Assets over 
Liabilities 


$ 15.38 



Grand Total $2,630.38 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Not submitted. Available for inspection from Precinct 
Clerk. 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Taxes $32,915.47 

From Other Sources: 

State of N.H. (BPT) 1,072.20 

Receipts other than Current Revenue: 

Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 7,000.00 



Total Receipts from All Sources $40,987.67 

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Cash on hand at beginning of year 280.28 



Grand Total 


$41,267.95 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses: 




Hydrants 


$2,240.00 


Street Lights 


4,322.79 


Precinct Expenses 


9,018.41 


Snow Removal 


403.50 


Building Maintenance 


2,533.40 


Water Rights Maint. 


776.43 


Total Current Maintenance Expenses : 


$19,294.53 



Outlay, New Construction & Equip.: 
New Equip. $1,982.31 

Equip. Ne,w Truck 7,000.00 

Reduce iPrincipal on 
new truck 6,080.00 



Total Outlay Payments $15,062.31 

Indebtedness: 
Payment on Notes $6,615.45 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 280.28 



Total Indebtedness Payments $6,895.73 



Total Payments for All Purposes $41 ,252.57 

Cash on hand at end of year 15.38 



Grand Total $41,267.95 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 
Treasurer 
Jan. 20, 1978 



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BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Actual 
Expenditures 


Recommended 
By 


1 

1 


Prior Year 


Budget Committee 


Hydrant Rental 


$2,240.00 


$2,240.00 


Street Lights 


4,322.79 


6,200.00 


Precinct Expenses 


9,018.41 


8,500.00 


New Equipment 


1,982.31 


2,000.00 


Maint. Water Rights 


776.43 


1,000.00 


Snow Removal 


403.50 


400.00 


Building Maint. 


2,533.40 


1,500.00 


Capital Outlay - Equipment 


13,080.00 




Principal of Debt 


5,600.00 


8,700.00 


Interest on Debt 


1,015.45 


1,940.00 


Capital Reserve Fund 






voted from surplus 


280.28 
$41,252.57 




Total Approp. of Expend. 


32,480.00 


SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 




Actual 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 




For 


For 




Prior Year 


Current Year 


Other Revenues and Credits: 






BPT 


$1,072.20 


$1,080.00 


Total Revenues Except 






Precinct Taxes 




$1,080.00 


Amount to be Raised 






by Precinct Taxes 




$31,400.00 


Total Revenues and 






Precinct Taxes 




$32,480.00 
Feb. 5, 1978 



CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
BRUCE A. FROST 
LAFAYETTE J. HARBISON 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 
DONNA E. SARGENT 



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CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 



1/19/78 



BARRY WILLIAMS 
Precinct Clerk 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 
OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT **A" 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds $6,221 .06 



Total Assets $6,221.06 

LIABILITIES 
Capital Reserve Funds $6,221 .06 



Total Liabilities $6,221 .06 

RECEIPTS 

From Taxes $903.00 

Other: 



Sewer Rents 


180.00 




N.H. Profits Tax 


18.08 




Interest 


253.11 




Total Receipts from All Sources 


- 


$1,354.19 


Grand Total 


$1,354.19 


PAYMENTS 






Pumping Sewer 


$305.00 




Annual Meeting 


12.95 




Total Current Maintenance Expenses : 




$317.95 


Indebtedness 






Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 




1,036.24 


Total Payments for All Purposes 




1,354.19 



Grand Total $1,354.19 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JUNE C. LOUD 
1/11/78 Treasurer 



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1978 BUDGET OF THE PRECINCT "A" 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Pumping Sewer 
Annual Meeting 
Hearing on Proposed Sewer 
Capital Reserve Fund 
voted from surplus 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES 



Actual 

Expenditures 

Prior Year 


Recommended 

By 

Budget Committee 


$305.00 
12.95 


$400.00 
25.00 




280.00 


1,036.14 


696.08 



$1,354.09 $1,401.08 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



Actual 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


For 


For 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


$180.00 


$180.00 


18.08 


18.08 


253.11 


300.00 


903.00 


903.00 



$1,354.19 $1,401.08 



Sewer Rents 

Other Revenues & Credits: 

N.H. Profits Tax 

Interest 
AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES 

TOTAL REVENUES AND 
PRECINCT TAXES 

Budget Committee: 
DONNA SARGENT 
VIRGIL ABBOTT 
LAFAYETTE HARBISON 
BRUCE FROST 

JOHN THOMPSON 
BRUCE RINES 

FREDERIC COX 
CHRISTINE POWERS 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 



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Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JUNE LOUD 
^ Precinct Clerk 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Funds $3,716.65 



Total Assets $3J16.65 

Grand Total $3,716.65 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Funds $3,716.65 



Total Liabilities 




$3,716.65 


Grand Total 


$3,716.65 


RECEIPTS 






Current Revenue: 






From Taxes: 






N.H. Business Profits Tax 


$969.96 




Town Ossipee Tax 


10,130.04 




Other: 






Grace Stockbridge 


13.00 




Bessie A. Moody 


20.00 




Citizen Purchased Gasoline 


1.00 




Receipts other than Current Revenue : 


11,134.00 




Notes issued during year 


39,500.00 




Total Receipts from All Sources 


$50,634.00 




Grand Total 


< 


$50,634.00 


PAYMENTS 






Current Maintenance Expenses: 






Heat 


$1,038.87 




Light 


307.93 




Gasoline & Oil 


199.98 




Truck Maint. 


435.10 




Insurance 


1,725.00 





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Care of Equipment 300.00 

Mutual Aid Dues 250.00 

Misc. 97.62 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $4,355.00 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip: 
West Ossipee Fire sta. $46,000.00 

Equipment 9.70 



Total Outlay Payments $46,009.70 

Indebtedness 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds $269.30 



Total indebtedness Payments $269.30 



Grand Total $50,634.00 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Value 
Land and Buildings: (1977 Value) 
West Ossipee Sta.- 
Rt. 16-West Ossipee-Land $10,000 

Bid. & Improvement 50,000 

Jewel Hill Sta. -Jewel Hill-Ossipee-Land 1,000 

Bid. & Improvement 25,000 

Furniture and Apparatus: (1977 Value) 
1962 Ford-500 GPM Pump- 
800 gal. Tank 48,000 

1970 GMC-150 GPM Pump- 

1000 gal. Tank 25,000 

1971 International-750 GPM Pump- 

800 gal. Tank 70,000 

Auxiliary Equipment 10,000 

Communications Equipment 3,000 

Furniture Not on Vehicles 3,000 



Total Valuation $245,000 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 

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report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

LAFAYETTE J. HARBISON 
Precinct Commissioner 
Feb. 14, 1978 



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1978 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Actual 
Expenditures 


Recommended 
By 


1 


Prior Year 


Budget Committee 


Heat (Oil) 


$1,038.87 


$1,800.00 


Electric 


307.93 


600.00 


Gasoline & Oil (Vehicle) 


199.98 


250.00 


Insurance 


1,725.50 


2,000.00 


Maintenance: 






Building 




300.00 


Vehicle (Except Aux. Eq.) 


435.10 


1,000.00 


Auxiliary Equipment 


97.62 


600.00 


Services 


300.00 


400.00 


Training 




300.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


250.00 


300.00 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






Construction 


46,000.00 




CAPITAL OUTLAY — 






Equipment 


9.70 


8,400.00 


Principal of Debt 




5,642.85 


Interest on Debt 




1,170.25 


Capital Reserve Fund — 






to be raised by taxation 


269.30 





TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 

OR EXPENDITURES $50,634.00 $22,763.10 



SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 





Actual 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 




For 


For 


Other Revenues & Credits: 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


N.H. Profits Tax 


$ 969.96 


$1,000.00 


Town of Ossipee (Tax) 


10,130.04 




Grace Stockbridge 


13.00 




Bessie A. Moody 


20.00 




Citizens Purchased Gas 


1.00 





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Amounts Raised by 

Issue of Bonds or Notes 39,500.00 

Withdrawals from 

Capital Reserve Funds 4,000.00 



TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $50,634.00 $5,000.00 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES $22,763.10 

minus Total Revenues 5,000.00 

$17,763.10 

TOTAL REVENUES AND PRECINCT TAXES 22,763.10 

1/23/78 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
BRUCE A. FROST 
LAFAYETTE J. HARBISON 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
Budget Committee 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Precinct Clerk 
1-23-78 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1977 

ASSETS 

Cash on hand 1 $1,390.42 

Capital Reserve Funds 6,589.87 



Total Assets $7,981.29 

Excess of Liabilities over Assets (Net Debt) 10,608.58 



Grand Total $18,589.87 

LIABILITIES 

Long Term Note Issues $12,000.00 

Capital Reserve Funds 6,589.87 



Total Liabilities $18,589.87 

Grand Total $18,589.87 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 
From Taxes $16,364.48 

Other: 
6 percent Business Profits 393.53 

Rural Community Fire Protection Program 
Rebate Ossipee Insurance 208.00 



Total Receipts from All Sources $16,966.01 

Cash on hand at beginning of year 1 ,301 .86 



Grand Total $18,267.87 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 

Insurance $2,115.00 

Street Lights 2,751.96 

Elect.-Fire Station 140.13 

Fuel-Fire Station 724.02 



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Telephone-Fire Stat. 278.03 

Clerk & Treas. Expenses 1 .62 

Mutual Aid Dues 250.00 

Maint. Communications 130.92 

Maint. Fire Station 423.93 

Maint. Fire Trucks 1 ,580.90 

Firemen's Reimbursement 1,000.00 

Firemen's Expenses 255.01 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses : $9,651 .52 

Outlay, New Construction & Equip. : $1,376.07 



Total Outlay Payments $1 ,376.07 

Indebtedness 
Payment on Notes $3,048.00 

Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 2,801 .86 



Total Indebtedness Payments $5,849.86 

Cash on hand at end of year 1 ,390.42 



Grand Total $18,267.87 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Lands and Buildings: 

Fire House and Land $17,500.00 

Furniture and Apparatus: 

Trucks and Tanks 30,000.00 

Firefighting Equipment & Supplies 26,000.00 



Complete listing available from clerk 
Total Valuation $73,500.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

RUSSELL F. WHITING, SR. 
Clerk 
1-19-78 



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1978 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT AND POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 



1 

Insurance 
Street Lights 
Electricity-Fire Station 
Fuel-Fire Station 
Clerk & Treas. Expenses 
Mutual Aid Dues 
Maint. Communications 
Maint.-Fire Station 
Maint. -Fire Trucks 
Telephone-Fire Station 
Firemen's Expenses 
Firemen's Reimbursement 
Fire Truck 

Capital Outlay-Equipment 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 
Capital Reserve Fund - 

to be raised by taxation 1 ,500.00 1 ,500.00 

Captial Reserve Fund voted from 

surplus 1,390.42 



Actual 
Expenditures 


Recommended 
By 


Prior Year 


Budget Committee 


$2,115.00 


$2,200.00 


2,751.96 


3,500.00 


140.13 


175.00 


724.02 


1,000.00 


1.62 


60.00 


250.00 


300.00 


130.92 


250.00 


423.93 


600.00 


1,580.90 


800.00 


278.03 


250.00 


255.01 


300.00 


1,000.00 


1,2000.00 




50,000.00 


1,376.09 


1,600.00 


2,400.00 


2,400.00 


648.00 


540.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 
OR EXPENDITURES $16,966.01 $66,675.00 



SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 



Other Revenues & Credits: 
6 Per Cent Profit Tax Reimb. 
Rebate Ossipee Insurance 



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Actual 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


For 


For 


Prior Year 


Current Year 


$393.53 


$350.00 


208.00 





Article 16 Fire Truck 

Long Term Notes 50,000.00 



TOTAL REVENUES EXCEPT 

PRECINCT TAXES $60L53 $50,350.00 

AMOUNT TO BE RAISED 

BY PRECINCT TAXES $16,364.48 $16,325.00 



TOTAL REVENUES AND 

PRECINCT TAXES $16,966.01 $66,675.00 

Budget Committee: 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 
BRUCE L. FROST 
LAFAYETTE HARBISON 
JOHN E. THOMPSON 
GRACE STOCKBRIDGE 



CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in 
Column 4, Appropriations voted at Precinct Meeting, and 
the information contained in Column 3, page 3, was taken 
from official records and is complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

RUSSELL F. WHITING, SR. 
(Precinct or Village District Clerk) 

1-9-78 

Precinct or Village District of Ossipee Corner Light and 

Power Precinct 

Located in the Town of Ossipee 

County of Carroll 

Date of Annual or Special Meeting March 17, 1978 



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CENTER OSSIPEE, N.H.